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Greenwood residents could face a 20 per cent increase in water rates and a further three per cent for sewer if council agrees to recommendations by city staff. Greenwood council had their first chance to discuss a report proposing water and sewer rate increases for 2013 meant to begin to ultimately put the two utility funds on a sustainable level in future years. The report was prepared last month by Interim CAO Dan Zabinsky. His recommendation were to: Reintroduce the administration and vehicle charge-outs to the utilities funds for 2013. Raise sewer rates (from $195) by three per cent, an increase of $5.85 per residence per year with other user classes increasing by the same percentage as residential. Raise water rates (from $243.45) by 20 per cent, an increase of $48.80 per residence per year (other user classifications would increase by three per cent). According to the report, residences are currently paying $438.45 per year for water and sewer services. After the recommended increase the combined rate would be $493.10. If council authorizes a flat fee of $80 per year for garbage this will mean an annual utility invoice of $573.10. The report offers council the option of splitting the invoice into two billing periods of $286.55 each. The billings would be in March and September. There are currently 430 residential and 50 commercial users. In recent years the city has also not charged administration time or vehicle charge-outs to the utilities funds. By not doing so, these expenses have been absorbed by the general fund and general taxation. By not taking these expenses into account it has left the yearly expenses lower than they should be and thus the revenues have not risen to reflect the true cost of the funds. Zabinsky’s report estimates that the water fund expenses should

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR Saturday Nov. 24: Rock Creek Christmas Tree Light-up from 4:30. Entrance by donation to Local Food Sharing. Hot dogs and hot chocolate, fireworks and carol singing. Saturday,Nov. 24: GF Border Bruins Hockey in Midway at 7:30 p.m. Bruins vs. Chase Heat. Admission $5, children 5 and under free. 50/50 draw, puck toss, program prizes. Saturday, Nov. 24: Westbridge Craft Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Westbridge Hall. Table rentals $10 – phone Blanche 250446-2299 or Louise 250-446-2584. Sunday, Nov. 25: Grey Cup Game at Greenwood Legion. Starts at noon. Kitchen will be open. Sunday, Nov. 25: Rock Creek Christmas tree light up from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30 & Saturday, Dec.1: Boundary Artisan Christmas Faire at Gallery 2 in Grand Forks 10 to 5 (Fri) & 10 am 4 pm (Sat). For info call Chris at 250-445-9907. Saturday, Dec. 1: Bridesville Women’s Institute annual Christmas Craft Fair at the Rock Creek Pavilion from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Featuring 40 area crafters and vendors, hot soup lunch available. Saturday, Dec. 1: Annual Christmas Tea, Holy Trinity Anglican Church Grand Forks, 2 - 4 pm. Admission $5. Info call 250442-5808 or 250-442-4206. Saturday, Dec. 1: 4th Annual Christmas Tree Light Up at Deadwood Junction 4:30 - 6 p.m. Come see Santa, Mrs. Claus & the elves. Hot dogs & hot chocolate by donation to the GES Grade 6/7 class. Monday, Dec. 3: First anniversary of The Bridge in Midway. Open from from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5: Ladies Christmas Celebration at Midway Community Hall. 9 a.m. coffee and 9:30 start; coffee and lunch provided. Please bring non-perishable food for the Lion’s Christmas Hampers. Saturday, Dec. 8: Country Christmas Market at the Bridesville Hall 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Local artisans & businesses. Lunch available. Table rental call Lynda at 250-446-2980 Sunday, Dec. 9: Royal Canadian Legion Br. #155 meets at 2 p.m. Note new date for December’s meeting only. REGULAR EVENTS: Mondays - Nov 26, Dec 10 and Dec 17: The Community Learning Place free, drop-in at Greenwood Public Library. Learn about computers, IPhone, reading, math, etc. Times vary so check at the library. Mondays: Rock Creek Guiding Unit from 3:30 to 5. Info Linda Sheppard 250-445-6718. Mondays: Midway Art Club meets from 2 - 4 p.m. Info: 250-449-2673. Mondays: Pokino at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts at 1 p.m. Mondays: Legion drop in crib at the Greenwood Legion 7 PM start. $3 for the evening. Monday - Saturday: Drop-in social at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, Mon/Wed/Fri - 9-11 a.m., Tues/Thurs/Sat - 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Monday & Thursdays: Free Yoga Classes, 6 – 7:30 pm at Greenwood Elementary. Must register with Selkirk College. For more info call Diane 250-445-6364 First & Third Monday: Midway Village Council meeting; 6:30 p.m. with a delegation or 7 p.m. if none. First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Second Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Women’s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 446-2210 or 446-2121. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies – the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-445-6734; or Shirley 250-445-9908. Third Monday: Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the WBES library at 6:30. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Rock Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. Info: 250-446-2624. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8:00 pm. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. $55 for uniform; lessons are free. 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Second Wednesday: Boundary Citizen’s Patrol meets at Midway Senior’s Centre from 7 - 8 pm. Info: Wayne 250-449-2191, Paul 250-445-2111, or Wolfgang 250-446-2455. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek Women’s Institute meet for a potluck lunch at 11:45. Info: 250-446-2454 or 250-446 -2608. Third Wednesday: Main River Women’s Institute meets in Westbridge at 10 a.m. Info: 250-446-2616. Third Wednesday: Kettle Valley Wildlife Association meets at the range in Rock Creek at 7 pm. Third Wednesday: Greenwood Seniors Centre meeting. Info: 250-445-2290. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Assoc. meets at 7 pm at the pavilion from March through November. Info: 250-446-2465. Last Wednesday: West Boundary Senior Housing Society meeting at 7 pm in Parkview Manor Midway. Thursdays: Singing Kettles choir group meets for practice - 4 p.m. at St Mary’s Church in Kettle Valley Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club Thursdays: The Riverside Artists meet from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kettle Wildlife Hall. First Thursday: Rock Creek Medical Society meets at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the clinic. First & Third Thursday: Food bank at the Evangel Chapel at 11 a.m. Donations welcome. Info 250-445-2125. Second & Fourth Thursday: Kettle River Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Medical Clinic boardroom at Rock Creek. Thursdays and Fridays: Midway Summer Reading Club at the library. 10–11:15 a.m. – Age 4 to 10. Fridays: Bingo at Greenwood Community Hall. Doors open 5 p.m., early bird 7 p.m. Progressive jackpot. Fridays: Coffee at Midway Seniors Centre from 9:30 - 11. Fridays: Greenwood Legion 8-ball Tournament at 7 p.m. $2 per person - $1 to Legion & $1 to the pot, winner take all. Fridays: Overeaters Anonymous 11 a.m. - 12 noon at St. Jude’s Church in Greenwood. Fridays: Greenwood Legion Darts Night at 7 pm $3 drop in fee. Third Friday: Movie nights at Midway Community Hall; 7 p.m. Bring your own travel cup. $2 includes movie, drink and a popcorn. 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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A3

City looks at Anaconda water

The City of Greenwood is considering a change to how water is supplied to homes in neighbouring Anaconda. A report prepared last month by Interim CAO Dan Zabinsky recommends that a water service be set up under the regional district to maintain and distribute water to the community. According to the report the latest agreement is dated 1979 with the Anaconda Townsite Water Users Association at the time an unincorporated group representing the Anaconda water users. “Approximately one year later the Anaconda Ratepayers Association was formed as a legal entity under the B.C. Societies Act.” According to Zabinsky’s report the ARA has not kept current with their responsibilities for filing under the B.C. Societies Act and was dissolved by the B.C. Registrar of Societies on July 9, 2010, thus losing their legal standing. “The relationship between the parties is at the point that the entire agreement has become unworkable,” states the report. Currently the city is charging Anaconda users the same rate as city users;

however, an amount of $15 per user is placed in a reserve fund (now sitting at about $8,200) for capital expenditures on the Anaconda system. Therefore, of the $243.45 collected annually from Anaconda residents the city receives $228.45. The report states that the reserve fund is to be used for capital expenditures on the Anaconda system, but it is not clear how that was supposed to happen. Zabinsky recommends that the city meet with the association members and Area E Director Bill Baird with the following goals: • Establish that the association is still functioning. • That the Anaconda water system be made a regional district service area. • That a proper water service and rate agreement be negotiated between the parties. • That a proper water capital agreement be negotiated between the parties. The Interim CAO also recommended that the city install a backflow prevention valve at the boundary of the city and the regional district, and that arrangement be made for installation of a water meter sometime in the future.

Mayor Nipper Kettle told council he has discussed the situation with both Area E Director Bill Baird and Regional District of Kootenay Boundary CAO John MacLean. MacLean confirmed he has had a discussion with Kettle and Baird about the issue. “Essentially the only way the regional district can act on their behalf other than lobbying is if they become a regional district service. Then we would be able to tax and enter into agreements with the city for provision of water. So we are exploring those options. “We are working with the city looking at options that are available to the regional district on how we might be able to facilitate long-term solutions. But it is very, very early.” “The regional district would set this up as a regional district service, all we would be doing is selling them the water,” said Kettle, adding that the city would have to give Anaconda resident six months notice of a change to the status quo. Council was told they could expect more information in the future on the issue.

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be approximately $30,000 higher and the sewer fund expenses should be approximately $20,000 higher. For the year 2013 it is recommended that the fund expenditures be increased by these amounts. But the report cautions that, “Even after these increases both funds would barely be breaking even (without taking into account depreciation).” Administration will keep track of the expenses for 2013, which will give the city a more accurate expense for 2014. “After 2012 and 2013, administration would then re-evaluate the utility funds and make recommendations at that time,” the report states. According to Zabinsky the sewer fund is running nicely at this time with an annual yearly surplus, and a total accumulated surplus of $138,793 to the end of 2011. Substantial increases do not appear to be needed at this time. As well there is an unfunded receivable from the general fund for the purchase of a fire truck in the amount of approximately $93,000. The report also listed expected capital expenditure requirements in the near future for the sewer fund in excess of $133,000. Additionally a main lift station replacement is due in about 10 years at a cost of $250,000. Zabinsky’s report says that while many of these items will be covered by grants, some may not. According to the report in the past three years the water fund has had a total deficit of $78,902 and has a total accumulated deficit of $41,072 to the end of 2011. “It is apparent that the wa-

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ter fund will need substantial increases in future years in order to remain solvent, and to pay back the accumulated deficit,” said the report. “As noted above the water fund should be charged $30,000 administration and vehicle time.” But given Zabinsky’s recommendation that water rates be increased by at least $30,000, his report recommends an increase of 20 per cent ($48.80 per year) for residential users and a minimal three per cent for other user classifications. This would add an estimated $24,400 to the water fund which would be further topped-up by reintroduction of administration and vehicle charge outs for utilities. Minimal increases are recommended for classifications other than residential because the largest volume users of water and sewer services are residential. While options for fully funding the water utility appear stark, a report from city treasurer Linda Moore showed that other communities charging a flat utilities rate are charging more than Greenwood would be, even after the 20 per cent increase. Current rates for both sewer and water ranged from a low of $372 in Midway to a high of $760 in Grand Forks. Even if council were to approve the increase to $493.10 Greenwood would still be second lowest behind Midway, on par with Osoyoos ($495) and Fruitvale ($505) and about $90 less than Nakusp or Montrose. Water utility bills have increased by three per cent in each of the past two years. Council decided to schedule a special meeting to deal with the report in more detail.

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Grand Forks Border Bruins vs. Chase Heat Saturday November 24, 2012

Boundary Expo Recreation Centre, Midway 7:30 pm ~ $5 Admission 50/50 Draw ~ Puck Toss ~ Program Prizes

Spark your Christmas Spirit at the 4th Annual

Christmas Tree Light-Up December 1, 2012 4:30-6:00 p.m. Special delivery of Santa, Mrs. Claus and the Elves courtesy of the Greenwood Volunteer Fire Dept.

Christmas caroling Hot dogs and hot chocolate by donation to the G.E.S. Grade 6/7 class to fundraise for their annual field trip.

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A4 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 22, 2012

Rail Trail race cancelled

CASSANDRA CHIN Grand Forks Gazette Reporter

The Rail Trail 200 International Sled Dog Race has been cancelled for 2013 due to lack of sponsorships and volunteers. After two successful years, Dr. Ruth Sims, one of the organizers of the event and president of the Boundary Dog Sled Association, noted the canceling this year’s event will allow them to re-organize the race for next year. “We do not have enough promising sponsorship to feel sure we will be able to offer a reasonable purse for the mushers,” she explained. “Without a decent purse we will not be able to attract any mushers, so all the preparation – which is a huge amount of work – will be for naught.” Sims went on to say, “Almost everybody that has been or is involved with the race has already donated huge

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amounts of time and money out of their own pockets, and we cannot expect people to continue to fund the race from their personal finances.” During the year hiatus, the plan is to change the format of the race and to make it a stage race or to possibly start with a day of sprint races instead. The last two years consisted of two races, the 161-kilometre (100-mile) race with eight dogs, and the 322-kilometre (200-mile) with 12 dogs. The event would begin on a Friday morning in January in Grand Forks behind the Station Pub with the 161-kilometre race concluding in Beaverdell on the Saturday morning, while the 322-kilometre race would conclude at the Greenwood checkpoint on the Saturday night. Coun. Cher Wyers, the city liaison to Rail Trail 200, noted though it was

somewhat of a disappointment to the community, realistically the race was short of volunteers this year and the funding dollars were lacking. “There will be some reorganization internally, as well as a redesign of trails to make it more spectator friendly,” Wyers said. “The race would’ve been at the end of January and we would’ve lost a number of volunteers who moved away or moved on and it’s a big job clearing that trail.” The previous two years had a heavy snowfall on the Saturday race, which required constant supervision and maintenance from volunteers, she said. Wyers pointed out that the association is looking for a venue like Jewel Lake, and to work with the lake’s owners for day races or sprints. The Rail Trail 200 will be back in 2014 in the new format.

City supports seniors grant in principle

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*** Greenwood Council A letter from the held their first meeting MIDWAY LIBRARY Greenwood Heritage Soof November on Tuesday, ciety (Museum) asking Nov. 13 instead of holding what plans the city has to to the usual Monday night improve the “Tunnel of schedule because of the Flags” as next year will be the 100th anniRemembrance Day statutory holiday. *** versary of the CPR landmark. The letter At the outset of the meeting council also expressed concern about access to voted to support in principal a grant that the city jail and when it would again be will allow the seniors to rebuild a retain- available for public tours. Council asked ing wall and pave the parking lot at the CAO Robin Dalziel to prepare a report Greenwood Senior’s Centre. on the two projects for a later council *** meeting, with the caveat that whatever Greenwood resident Ray Harrison work is done would need to be completasked for permission to flood the ice ed by next tourist season. skating rink this year. Council directed *** the works foreman to report back to Council passed a motion to send a council on the proposal. Councillor $50 donation to the Canadian Fallen Barry Noll suggested that rather than Heroes Foundation for a memorial print invest in rewiring the lights at the cur- honouring Master Corporal Darrel Prierent arena that council consider using de who died in Afghanistan in 2007. the soon-to-be lighted ballpark be used *** as the winter ice surface for future years. A motion was passed asking staff to

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prepare a report evaluating options for a new municipal accounting software package before the next meeting. *** Council agreed with a request by city staff giving them the full day off on Dec. 24 this year instead of the usual halfday. Dalziel explained the reason for the request was because of the way the calendar falls this year. Staff would have had two days off before the 24th (weekend) and two days after (Christmas and Boxing Day) and they would have to come in for the halfday in the middle of what would otherwise be a long-weekend. *** A letter from outgoing CAO Gerry Henke informed council his last day of employment is scheduled to be on Friday, March 29, 2013. His last day of work will be on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 and he will be on holiday from that date until March 29.

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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A5

It’s a

Country Christmas Market

The annual fall meeting of the group now known as the Boundary Invasive Species Society met in Midway on Monday.

at the Bridesville Hall Saturday, Dec. 8 10 am - 4 pm Showcasing local artisans & businesses. Lunch, refreshment & Sweet Delights. To rent a table or more info call Lynda at 250-446-2980

Group changes name Boundary Invasive Species Society broadens focus This was the 13th year for the Boundary Weed Management Committee (BWMC) and, following a trend shown by other invasive plant groups, they decided last spring to change their name and broaden their focus to include invasive species rather than concentrating exclusively on plants. They will now be known as the Boundary Invasive Species Society (BISS). Snowstorms over two mountain passes to the east of Midway kept attendance light at the start of the annual fall stakeholders meeting of the group that was held on Monday, Nov. 19. The gathering provides an opportunity for local government, community groups, industry and participating government agencies to exchange of information about invasive species. Co-ordinator Barb Stewart explained that other groups who have made the name change have found it useful in attracting public attention. “You start talking about bullfrogs and they get interested and when you start talking about plants they turn off,” she said. While the weather did delay a few, before the meeting was an hour old the majority of those who planned to attend

had arrived and Lisa Tedesco, habitat biologist based in Nelson, had a PowerPoint fired up and was presenting the group with an informative overview of many ecosystem restoration projects that are happening in the Boundary. Werner Baliko, range officer with the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, chaired the daylong meeting in the absence of Chair Bill Baird due to illness. Stewart said the focus of BISS continues to be the support of education and awareness around invasives. The constitution was also changed to reflect the expanded focus of the group – replacing references to “noxious and invasive weeds” with the term “invasive species” and in addition to concern about impacts on land, water is also now given mention. The Boundary Invasive Species Society provides residents of the Boundary with a reliable source of information regarding invasive species and management, and works with land managers to co-ordinate treatment efforts towards priority species and areas. Without such a program residents would not have access to management information, assistance with identifica-

tion, a place to report new infestations, or a contact to direct complaints to. The overall objective is to work cooperatively to effectively manage invasive species in the Boundary to protect all natural resources from further negative impacts. “As the public becomes better informed, invasive plant infestations are being reported in earlier stages of development resulting in increased levels of control and decreased cost of treatment and impacts to our natural resources,” wrote Stewart in the 2012 annual report. During the year the group began expansion to include information on invasive aquatic species and supported the Invasive Species Council of BC in delivery of the Clean, Drain and Dry program. The Strategic Plan for Invasive Plant Management in the Boundary, developed in the spring of 2008, was used to identify priority species for management this year. If you have any questions, contact Stewart at bwmc@nethop.net or 250446-2232. More information on the group is available at rdkb.com – click Services – then click Invasive Plants.

Save postage stamps for cancer As the Christmas cards start arriving in the mail it is a good time to remember the Order of the Eastern Star collects cancelled stamps, which are then sold to collectors to raise funds for cancer research or to provide cancer dressings free of charge to anyone in the province. Locally cancelled stamps may be dropped off at Race Trac Gas in Greenwood, at The Spot in Midway, or by phoning Francine Stringer at 250-445-6734 for more information.

They take both cancelled stamps and postcards, though they ask that the postcards not be cut up as it diminishes the value. The local chapter, Evangeline #31, was instituted in 1922 at Grand Fork and members travel from Greenwood, Midway, Montrose, Nelson and Rock Creek for monthly meetings. The Order of the Eastern Star is the largest fraternal organization, for men and women, in the world.

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Thank You The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #155 Greenwood wish to thank all the businesses and schools of Rock Creek, Midway and Greenwood for their continued support towards our 2012 Poppy Campaign. A huge Thank You to the public and members for their ongoing support. Very much appreciated and see you next year.

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A6 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 22, 2012

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Test home for radon gas Radon gas has been identified by Health Canada as the second leading cause of lung cancer, after smoking. Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally as a result of the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. Uranium is present in varying amounts in all soils and rocks throughout the world. But the Boundary is known to have deposits of uranium so local folks should test their homes for radon gas. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas in the ground that can’t be seen, smelled or tasted. It can get into the home undetected through cracks in the foundation or gaps around pipes. The only way to measure the radon level in the home is to take a simple and inexpensive test. Health Canada recommends testing for a minimum of three months starting in the fall, when windows and doors typically remain closed. Radon gas breaks down further to form other radioactive particles called radon daughters or “progeny”. These particles attach themselves to dust particles in the air and can be inhaled and lodged in the lungs. The radon daughters emit a form of radiation known as alpha particles. Remediation is fairly simple and inexpensive; the cost may vary from $500 to $3000. For over a decade the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada has carried out its National Radon Monitoring Program. A testing kit from them including the laboratory analysis is $55 plus tax. Radon test devices can be purchased by phone or over the Internet and are available at some home improvement retailers across Canada. For more information on do- it-yourself radon test kits contact Health Canada’s Radiation Protection Bureau at radon@hc-sc.gc.ca or 613-9466384.

Letters Policy The Times welcomes letters to the editor that are of interest to our community. Whatever the subject, there are a few basic guidelines to follow before The Times will publish your comment. – Letters must be received by 4 p.m. Friday for the following week’s paper. – One letter per person per month. – Letters should be typed or neatly written and present the issues as clearly as possible in 350 words or less. – All letters must contain the name, address and signature of the writer, and a phone number where they may be reached during business hours. – Anonymous letters will not be published and pen names may not be used, except in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the editor. – The editor reserves the right to edit for length, clarity or reject letters over matters of libel, legality, taste or style. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy or belief of this newspaper. Send all letters to bctimesnews@shaw.ca

Chuck Bennett Bennett Chuck Karen Bennett Publisher Publisher/Editor Publisher

I saw a fellow coming out of the Colville, Washington I think the proper term for them isn’t dust collectors but Wal-Mart last Friday pushing a shopping cart full of Host- collectables. ess Twinkies. Hostess had announced it was going to close I’d tried to do this job last year – and it’s Special K’s fault the business after negotiations with the bakers had broken it didn’t get done then. I had about a third of it cleared off down. and the books in boxes sitting on the floor. But before I got The company was demanding concessions on pen- the boxes out to the van Special K had come along and, sions, wages and health benefits and had given the union deciding we shouldn’t get rid of the books, had put them a Thursday deadline to return to normal work all back on the shelves again. routines or they would close the national bakBut last fall when the Greenwood liA LITTLE ery chain down. By Monday CNN was report- PERSPECTIVE brary was planning one of their great ing the company would ask a bankruptcy judge sidewalk book sales over the Labour Day for permission to shut down and pay out $1.75 weekend I finally took the opportunity million in executive bonuses. and got busy. But the story did yield some witty comments It was hard to decide which books to get on social media sites. rid of. But I was determined to make some Referring to recent referenda in Washington space for Special K to put out some of her and Colorado someone wrote: Bad timing for stuff while still keeping my very favourite Pat Hostess to go out of business with the passing of books and after I was done there was some KELLY new marijuana laws. sorting of the shelves needed. My favourite was posted on Twitter by MJ@ I was feeling pretty self-satisfied about sucittaM: When I see a headline like “Hostclearing out some of the books that I hadn’t ess Forced to Liquidate”, all I can think about is Twinkie looked at for years – and probably wouldn’t ever look at smoothies. again. Meanwhile according to the Vancouver Province a 10One unexpected and ironic surprise was found when pack of Twinkies was available on eBay for $24.99 and sorting the remaining books. There were two copies of four 10-packs were listed for $99.99 on the online retailer’s the same book - Living More with Less – a pattern for livwebsite. Maybe that guy with the cart full of Twinkies was ing with less and a wealth of practical suggestions from the onto something. worldwide experiences of Mennonites. It may be possible that a pack of Twinkies may become After finally reorganizing the remaining books I nothe hottest Christmas gift of the 2012 season. ticed that despite giving those four or five boxes to the *** library sale we still didn’t have that much space for colWe have a big bookcase that hangs on the wall in our lectables and gewgaws though. living room and I had decided to go through the books Special K only has two full shelves and a bit of space on and give a bunch away. My goal was to create some shelf a third for her stuff and she’s been using that since early space for displaying dust collectors. Actually I think it was September. Now, of course there’s the Christmas stuff that Special K’s idea – something she’d mention a couple or needs some space. three dozen times over the time we’ve been married. And What am I bid for a copy of Living More with Less?

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Bad timing, Hostess

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A8 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 22, 2012

Pre-Owned 4x4s & AWDs in stock!

Herb Amaral Sales & Leasing 250-304-9637

Abe Fominoff Sales & Leasing 250-354-9021

with

AM Ford

Recycle your Climate Eater Beater with up to

2,250 CASH BACK

$

when you purchase a 2008 or newer all make vehicle at AM Ford. 2012 Hyundai 2010 Ford 2011 Ford 2009 Honda 2010 Fusion Accent GL Escape XLT Fusion Civic Sport SEL AWD Auto • Fully Loaded

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$

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TP = 96 x 119 = $24,262.53

22,500

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$

TP = 84 x 189 = $34,24430

2005 Saturn Redline

2012 Ford Focus

TP = 84 x 169.99 = $30,927

2010 Dodge Journey

18,988

15,999 TP = 72 x 169 = $25,722

$

$

2009 Ranger SC 2008 Ford F-150 4X4 Sport SC XTR 4x4

TP = 169 x 84 = $24,465.28

2011 Escape XLT 4x4

2008 Ford Ranger Sport 4x4

Steve Gold Sales & Leasing 250.364.0202

ter Free Win s! im Tires & R

Sale Price

19,995

$

2007 Chevy Malibu 4dr

stk#11429 stk#221945

2009 Mitsubishi Lancer

52,000 km

stk#25709

10,995

$

2009 Toytoa Tacoma

23,900

$

2007 Jeep Liberty

stk#29627

17,995

$

Sale Price

15,900

$

2012 Hyundai Veloster

60,000 km

stk#40453

stk#00497

24,995

stk#07475

22,987

$

17,988

$

$

2011 Ford F150 4x4

2007 Ford F150 CC 4x4 XLT

2010 Taurus 4dr SE

Darrin Kissock Sales & Leasing 250-364-0202

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13,995

11,995

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2010 F150 CC 4x4 Lariat

stk#89789

57,000 km

stk#15370

15,995

$

2010 Ford F150 CC 4x4 FX4

41,000 km

stk#72971

26,987

$

2007 Dodge Ram Crew 4x4

33,900

$

2007 Navigator 4x4 Ltd

Just Arrived

stk#61978

21,900

$

2008 E-350 15 passenger

18,995

$

2010 Toyota Corolla

SOLD stk#84981

stk#02449

18,995

$

29,995

14,995

$

2008 Pontiac Torrent AWD

22,199

$

2009 Ford Focus

8 Tires & Wheels

stk#13559

18,900

$

2009 F-150 XLT 4x4

stk#87898

18,987

$

AMFord.com

23,995

22,995

Sale $ Price

$

Sale Price

40,000 km

stk#98063

21,995

$

21,995

$

2009 Ford Focus SE 4dr

stk#2952

17,995

$

14,995 1 Year

$

2011 Ford 2007 Expedition Escape XLT 4x4 4x4

Roadside Assistance & 2 Free Oil Changes

with your Pre-Owned $ 23,995 Ford Purchase

Paul Caron Financial Services Manager

Shawn Brandt Financial Services Manager

stk#5657

stk#71551

$

24,000

24,995

$

SOLD stk#45767

$

Sale Price

stk#34240

stk#31918

stk#68879

stk#04904 stk#24260

stk# 07658

21,995

$

AMFordplus

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APPOINTMENTS AND DIRECTIONS

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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A9

THIS FALL, FALL IN LOVE WITH A FORD. PLUS $

Mark Ballarin Service Manager

1,000

PLUS

Phil Poznikoff Parts Manager

AND

LOYALTY & CONQUEST CUSTOMER CASH For Qualifying Customers

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• 2.0L Ecoboost • Power 10 Way Seat • Dual Auto Temp Control • 6 Speed Automatic • Heated Front Seats • Roof Rack • Leather Seats

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TP = 159x 96 = $31,610

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CFL Grey Cup CFL CFL Football 2012 Grey Cup: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Simp Simpson Simpson ››› “The Simpsons Movie” News News News Question Period FirstS FirstS Gas Gas We Day 2012 CTV News (N) Figure Skating Skiing Dragons’ Den ›››› “Toy Story”, Tim Allen Kaleidoscope Spr. My Pil Back Edition News News News Upfront Simp Simpson Simpson ››› “The Simpsons Movie” News (5:59) News Hour What’s That? Hope for Wildlife Victorian Farm Meet the Frontiers of Ball Ball Hollywood Cel News ABC News Explorer Shark Tank “Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back” (1:10) ›››› “Star Wars IV: A New Hope” Holmes Makes Hazards Hazards House House Hunt Intl Hunt Intl Four Houses Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Presents Piers Morgan “Cheaper by the Dozen” Super “Ramona-Beez.” ›› “Cheaper by the Dozen” Beauty & Beast World Without End Copper (1:00) ›› “The Karate Kid” MythBusters Cash How/ Auction Auction Strip the City Megastorm (N) “Mission: Imp. 2” My Shopping Trans/Preg Intervention My Shopping The OT Paid Ray Theory Two NFL Football: 49ers at Saints Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Sister Wives Sister Wives (N) “Back-Future III” The Listener Saving Hope “Bon Cop, Bad” Missing (3:25) “In Good Company” Shatner (1:25) ›› “Simone” ›› “Honey” Jessica Alba. Gravity ANT Good Random Jessie Dog Shake It Austin Good Really Theory Theory Theory Theory The Closer ›› “Take the Lead”, Rob Brown Cash Cash Seinfeld Seinfeld Jamie Kennedy Theory Commun Match Match “Mortal Storm” “The Golden Voyage of Sinbad” (3:15) ››› “Of Human Hearts” Diners Diners Restaurant Gotta Gotta Recipe to Riches Restaurant Sta. Ghost Hunters GetS Liquida Liquida GetS Mantracker Mantracker Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Ice Pilots NWT Pawn Pawn Ameri Ameri Falling Skies (2:05) ››› “High Plains Invaders” ››› “Black Swarm” (1:00) “Christine” The Walking Dead The Walking Dead ›› “Silver Bullet” Gary Busey. Lethal (1:30) ›› “Beverly Hills Cop II” ››› “Beverly Hills Cop” Eddie Murphy. Care Brs Bubble Octo Mike Toopy Cat in Big Dino Toopy Mike Classic (2:35) Masterpiece Classic (4:10) Masterpiece Classic Masterpiece Holiday Moments Paid Lk. NFL Football Football Night in America (N) Beautiful Beautiful ›› “The Wedding Planner” Giuliana & Bill TMZ Law & Order Law & Order Criminal Minds Criminal Minds CSI: Miami News News ›› “Some Kind of Wonderful” ›› “Sweet Home Alabama” 30 Rock Funny Videos Bloopers Bloopers Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother Chris Chris News Dr. Rules Rules Two Two Two Two Bugs & Tweety Bugs & Tweety Garfield Looney Fl’stone Jetsons Gadget Gadget Arise Tom’row Prince Hope Discov. V’Impe Jere Facts J. Hagee J. Meyer Catholicism Our Polish Story Downton Downton Abbey Revisited (N) How Hollyw’d Love Sex-City Sex-City Sex-City Sex-City Sex-City “How to Deal” Dog Whisperer Dog Whisperer Cocaine Subs Narco Bling Inside DEA

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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A11

End of another fiscal year for fair Editor, The Times: The directors of the Rock Creek Fair, which consists entirely of volunteers, begin their new fiscal year Nov. 1 and end it Oct. 31. Once March rolls around they’ve already had the budget and planning committee meet with everyone’s requests and have prepared recommendations to bring to the first general meeting. They are already in motion putting together the website, advertising, contacting convenors as well as preparing the grounds. The grounds managers begin their work April and they do all the spring cleaning, send out vendor applications, get the office up and running, and the grounds and buildings back to pristine condition. This year they’ve repaired

damaged irrigation and pipes, stripped and polished floors, cleaned carpets, washed and painted the showers, streamlined vendor and facility procedures and much more. This year the office was reorganized, preparations for fair weekend began early, and supplies were ordered for the upcoming year. The handbook was redone and is now user friendly, and electronic copies of all vendor and facility contracts were created. The financial planning committee created a great policy and procedure manual, reviewed all bank statements and cancelled cheques in an attempt to try and bring some closure to everyone, subsequently another review was preformed and once again… NO misconduct. The board inherited years of mistakes and habits and have worked diligently to ensure that they don’t occur

in the future. A large number of repairs were done to both the grounds and buildings and as always, more to be done. The accounting program has been updated, books redone, and rebuilding the missing accounting information continues on. This is just a small part of what the directors do each year. The board of directors are volunteering all year round, putting in countless hours of work, and with the volunteers and community’s help pulls it all together in September, to put on yet another terrific fair. We all strive to make our community a better place to live, and to welcome visitors and new members to our community. Coleen Moat, Treasurer, Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association, Westbridge

We can’t “do the math”! Editor, The Times:

Re: “ Do the math” letter – Scott Thordarson – Thursday, Nov.15, 2012

Since July, the fair vice-president and two responsible directors have resigned. Published letters and articles by the president and his supporters have been nothing but a smoke screen.

Decision on middle school posponed

would remain a Kindergarten to Grade 7 school. Grand Forks Gazette Reporter Trustee Cathy Riddle noted the School District 51’s (SD51) board school board is not ready to begin of education unanimously voted to the transition period. postpone any decision on the imple“We need to take our time, and mentation of a middle school dur- that’s fine,” she said. ing its regular board meeting on Norm Sabourin, the Boundary Nov. 6. District Teachers’ Association presiThe decision to change Dr. D. dent, reiterated the board that there A. Perley Elementary was no rush to imSchool to a middle plement the middle school will be disschool. cussed at a meeting “I really believe in February 2013, but that this board wants there will be no decito do it,” he said. “But sion to implement if this is going to hapany plans any earlier pen, do it for all the than the 2014-2015 right reasons and in school year. the right ways; really Board chair Teresa consider slowing it Rezansoff explained down.” to trustees that she The verdict was didn’t feel there was surprising to Saba big rush from the ourin, who pointed public to switch to a out after the meeting TERESA REZANSOFF middle school that it didn’t seem like “I think we need the school board would take their more time to discuss the issue of a time. middle school,” she said. “The feel“I was under the impression that ing from the (consultation) forums, they wouldn’t slow down,” he said. both last spring and in October, “I am pleased that they will take the showed there were still a lot of questime to slow down and see where it tions to be looked at.” will lead. I’m not against the middle The proposed plan would see a school, and if it’s done for the right switch at Perley Elementary School reasons, it can work but there really to Grade 6 to 8 students, with Kinisn’t any need to rush.” dergarten to Grade 5 at J. A. HutTeachers who are interested in ton Elementary School and Grand Forks Secondary School switching finding out more about the concept to Grade 9 to 12. At the moment, of middle schools will be going on a Christina Lake Elementary School two-day trip to Aldergrove Middle is not included in the proposal and School scheduled for Nov. 22 to 23. CASSANDRA CHIN

We can’t “do the math” until we see the financial books and the cancelled cheques – all of them! Ed Lautard, Westbridge

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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A15

Focus on common goal of improvement As I was reflecting on the requests for parent, pubEYE ON lic, trustee and general work of the board and our staff participation. staff for the past few months it Trustees have been occurred to me just how conasked to provide feednected we all are in the task of back to the Auditor educating our students. General of BC on a govSince just before school beernance survey, and to gan in September there have the BC School Trustees been numerous requests for Association on quesfeedback or support from eduTeresa tions relating to the cation partners. The Ministry processes and structures of Education has asked Disrelated to teacher collectricts to assign a staff person(s) tive bargaining. None of to initiatives such as ERASE Bullying, Changing Results for Young this is especially different from past years, Readers and the Grad Requirements Dia- but it does serve to highlight the conneclogue. These initiatives have also involved tions between the Board of Education and

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Where did winter go? Dave Remillard from Midway was seen plowing his road after the recent snowfall – there’s no doubt the white stuff will return!

our co-governor of public education, the Ministry of Education and to our broader education partners, superintendents, principals and vice principals, teachers, parents, support staff , and students themselves. Together we all make up a support team working towards improving the success of kids. Examples of our connectedness include;: The Graduation Requirements Dialogue which has involved all levels from school district staff to parents, trustees, and community members and in a school near you soon, students will be asked to directly contribute to what their graduation program should or could look like. ERASE Bullying is a five-year multilevel training program for 15,000 educators and community partners to help them identify and prevent bullying. The BC School Trustees Association has circulated a set of questions on processes and structures related to teacher collective bargaining to all education partner associations and to every Board in the province. The responses will be complied and will form the basis for a report back to the Annual General Meeting of the Trustee Association (BCSTA) in April. Additionally, because government has recently launched their own inquiry into issues related to collective bargaining with teachers, it will help to inform the directors of the BCSTA

when they respond to the request for feedback from government. The development of the Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement (the renewal of which was signed in June of this year) was an inclusive process that sought and received participation from many sources. The District Achievement contract reflects emphasis from the Ministry of Education, the Board itself and the broader Boundary community and is supported through the school growth plans in each of the schools in the school district. My point in relating all of this to you is to emphasize our connections to each other. None of us operate completely alone. Our work is inclusive and generally collaborative. While it may be true that we each have individual responsibility for various aspects of student success, in many seen and unseen ways we support each other. I believe that this school district has done an excellent job of weaving together a network of support and connectedness that serves the needs of our students well. Does that mean we are perfect and there is no room for improvement? No, it doesn’t, but it does mean that we are focused on a common goal of working towards improving success for all our students. That common goal is one of the things I value most about public education.

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A16 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 22, 2012

WINTER BOOTS ARE HERE! A squad of shooters takes aim at the annual KWA turkey shoot last Sunday.

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They may call it a turkey shoot, but the 36 shooters who turned out at the Kettle Wildlife Association (KWA) trap range last Sunday spent the day aiming at and hitting clay pigeons. They were competing not only for turkeys, but chicken, ham and bacon was also won by the best shots throughout the day. There were 56 prizes in all, including some set aside for shooters in the novice class. But if you won twice in the novice class you get booted in class to compete against the more experienced shooters. The names of some of the contests were quite imaginative too. One is called the Doo Dah where two shooters aim at the same bird. After the first shooter hits it the second shooter has to hit a piece of whatever is still in flight.

The first shooter in each contest chooses where the shooting squad will stand. That makes for very challenging distances as someone might call for them to shoot from one side of one trap aiming across range at clay pigeons being released from the adjoining trap. Geoff Fern said that the rules on what load you use in your shotgun shells are loosened up in a turkey shoot. So many choose to use a highvelocity round that will move the lead toward the target as fast as possible. He said it makes for an interesting variety of sounds coming from the range – some guns pop, others bang and some even boom! The shooting went on through the day with a great lunchtime spread being laid out as is the custom at the KWA.

Do you have a Favourite Christmas Recipe or Christmas Tradition ? Yours could be published in our upcoming, 1st ever West Kootenay/Boundary Christmas Recipes and Traditions book.

“Our region is blessed with such rich and diverse cultures that we would like to share with you.” So if you would like to share with us, email: newsroom@castlegarnews.com - subject line: Recipe your favourite Christmas Recipe, along with a brief note on the significance or history, or your favourite Christmas Tradition. Photos welcomed.

Deadline for submissions November 28th

Betty Kruk came from Grand Forks to offer both her smile and her handmade doll outfits.

Events herald season

Greenwood was the place to be last Saturday – you could beat the Christmas rush, shop locally and kick-start your Christmas attitude at two events that share the same day each year. Each November the Arts and Crafts Fair sponsored by the Greenwood Library signals the beginning of the local Christmas Craft Fair season. Featuring a variety of handcrafted and homemade items for sale, chances to win a prize in the raffle, and an opportunity to treat yourself to a delicious lunch prepared by Membership: 250.528.0055 – Tom Donations: 250.446.2096 – Les those dedicated to the Suggestions: 250.449.2291 – Margaret local library. Information: 250.446.2455 – Wolfgang Always occurring SERVING THE WEST BOUNDARY on the same day, the FOR OVER 25 YEARS Greenwood Seniors open their meeting Internationally in 206 countries/areas room with the tables with over 1.35 million members! displaying all the best of the Christmas decorMeet 2nd & 4th THU at RC clinic ations that have come www.kettleriver.lionwap.org in over the past year.

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Boundary Creek Times, November 22, 2012  

November 22, 2012 edition of the Boundary Creek Times

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